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Lady and the Tramp (DVD, 2006, 2-Disc Set, Special Edition)

Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske | Theatrical release: 2017 | Rating: G (MPAA)

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Movie synopsis
Walt Disney's 15th animated masterpiece- “Lady and the Tramp” is an thrilling animated story of two dogs together on an exciting adventure. Watch this movie on a two-disc set to join in the adventures of Lady, a lovingly pampered cocker spaniel, and Tramp, a roguish mutt from across the tracks. Spread over a two-disc set, you will find yourself growing immensely connected to the almost human touch that the various characters radiate. Bringing an entirely new perspective to the story of the rich girl meets poor boy, “Lady and the Tramp” side casts humans as nothing more than just a pair of legs and feet. Besides the storyline, “Lady and the Tramp” also delivers wonderful music and is known for its very cute and witty dialogues. Watch Lady make a tough decision of choosing between the tramp and her master, in this heart touching animated movie.

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Edition:2-Disc Special Edition
Number of Discs:2
Rating:G (MPAA)
Film Country:USA

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Display Format:2-Disc Special Edition

eBay Product ID: EPID48330043

Editorial reviews

"...The carefully plotted LADY AND THE TRAMP uses a simple story to explore complex emotions....The animation itself is wonderfully polished..."
Los Angeles Times - Charles Solomon (12/19/1986)

"LADY was the first animated feature filmed in CinemaScope..." -- Grade: A
Entertainment Weekly - Chris Willman (03/03/2006)

"The most hopeful and emotionally mature of Disney's fables."
New York Times - Dave Kehr (02/28/2006)

"The movie wistfully reflects upon a long-lost era of American innocence and features one of cinema's most romantic scenes..."
Premiere - Premiere Staff (03/01/2006)

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